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dear

noun
 
 
/dɪər/ US  /dɪr/
[C usually singular] informal a kind person
善良的人,和善之人,好人
Annie's such a dear - she's brought me breakfast in bed every morning this week.
安妮可真是個大好人——這周她每天早上都把早餐送到我的床邊。
People having good qualities
[as form of address] used to address someone you love or are being friendly to, not used between men
親愛的(不用於男子之間)
Here's your receipt, dear.
親愛的,這是你的收據。
Would you like a drink, dear?
親愛的,你想喝一杯嗎?
Lovely to see you, my dear.
親愛的,見到你真是太好了。
Friendly and unfriendly terms of address
(Definition of dear noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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